Marriage Choosing Consciously
Questioner: My name is Ananth. My question is about marriage, divorce. I’m married Sadhguru: No, no, they are two different things (Laughter Applause). Questioner: â€¦marriage what I see today is many youngsters like.
Many of them they don’t want to marry and few of them who marry there are occasions where they are getting divorced; so would you like to throw some light on this situation Sadhguru? Sadhguru: See, you need to understand the institution of marriage. it’s about bringing a certain sanctity to the simple basic needs that every human being has. there are physical needs,.
There are psychological needs, there are economic needs, emotional needs, social needs, variety of needs. To fulfill all these things we set up an institution called marriage where all these can be conducted in a sensible manner, otherwise if we did it on the streets like every other creature.
It would turn ugly for us. And we will feel not good about it. So,to bring some sense of organization, some aesthetic, some stability, because man and woman coming together naturally brought fresh life. it is. compared to any other creature,.
It is the most helpless life which needs maximum amount of support. You could leave a puppy on the street; as long as he gets food, he grows up into a good dog, no problem. But not so with a human being; he doesn’t need just physical support, he needs variety of support and.
Above all the stable situation. Whether there should be marriage in society or not one will debate when they are eighteen because physical body is asking for freedom, all right. At that time everybody questions â€“ is marriage really needed, why can’t we just live whichever way we want?.
But when you are three years of age you valued marriage immensely, a stable marriage immensely. Isn’t it so? Yes or no? Juhi Chawla: Yes, yes. again when you become fortyfive, fifty you’re hundred percent for marriage between and eighteen and thirtyfive you’re questioning the whole process (Laughter Applause),.